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Jan 24, 2013 | 8:35 AM EST
  • Daily 4th Place January 26, 2013

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delura.tanadrine.com

CREDITS:

----Ryan Roye
Lead Development
Writing
Character design
General Modeling
General Textures
Final Lighting
Rigging
2d/3d Animation
Sound Design
Post Production
Composer: MetroTech Dream (0:55)
Voice: LI.BA.sie default computer voice
Voice: Misc pedestrians

----Frank Hunter
Voice: Charlie

----QAN
Voice: Felix

----Robert S. Benjamin
Voice: Dodger
Voice: Ivan

----Edward Bosco
Voice: Rudo

----Davey Arnette
Voice: Swami

----MetalRenard
Piano Notes: MetroTech Dream (0:55)
Composer: Delura Intro Theme (Pathe the Way)
Composer: All music (2:07-END)
Sound Mixing
Voice: "No" Blob

----Oystein
Detail Ship models

----ShadowMystic
Prop model and animation (wristpad)

----Raymation3d
Detail Ship models
Background texturing (Comm building, Parking area)

----Ramirez
Mocap pedestrian animations (Jimmyrig)

----Parker B.
Primary Lighting
Additional surfacing details
Clothing Model/textures: Lucius

SPECIAL THANKS:

----Larry "SplineGod" Shultz
Departed mentor, and friend.

----Omahadon
Vocal clips from EP 005.01

----Debbie Grattan
Vocal clips used from EP 005.02

----Dan Dulberger
Lightwave workflow enhancement plugins

----Hyptosis
Provisioner: Free Pixel art

----Damian Sobieralski
For believing in us!

Reviews


Monkey-CurveHandsMonkey-CurveHands

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 26, 2013

NOT BAD



Demon200Demon200

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 29, 2013

Really enjoying this series.. and the quality is even better. Shame you're not getting as many views and attention for all this work so far. You should try placing these on Youtube as well. Unless you're already doing so. If not. Then.. well.. you should! It'd help get your great series & work the attention it deserves!


Tanadrine-Studios responds:

Dramatic series are typically harder to promote than single-session shows, so the hurdles are expected; and yes we are on YouTube as well :)

I am exploring many other avenues for getting the word out, but even so Newgrounds has provided a great hub for us to post content here. I know what we make isn't everyone's cup of tea, and we're always striving to improve the end product despite our limited resources as independent developers.


SEEKER1019SEEKER1019

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 2, 2013

I've been following this series for a while now, and I have to say that it's quickly become one of my new favorites. It's got amazing visuals, great voice acting, a solid story and an interesting universe. 3D animation is rather uncommon on Newgrounds so it's always a breath of fresh air to see it and see it done well. The quality of this episode in particular truly shows the talent and dedication of everyone on the team. You guys did a fantastic job on this and I'm eagerly looking forward to all future installments of this series. Great work.

Also, I see we have an intro now. Awesome.


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BlackToothSaberBlackToothSaber

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 26, 2013

Now that is some pretty damn good animation for Newgrounds.


Tanadrine-Studios responds:

I tell everyone i'm an animator first, and artist second. The art side of things is still something i'm working to improve.


ArkterrusArkterrus

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 26, 2013

Wow, just wow. The visuals, texture maybe, the animation... I feel like everythings improved in what feels like a short amount of time, things really are getting interesting.


Tanadrine-Studios responds:

I probably learned more while producing EP 005.03 than I learned while doing episodes 1-5.2 combined. Part of that improvement is thanks to Larry Shultz who sadly passed away shortly after he taught me a lot of what he knew about 3d animation.

That, and i've got some very talented folks who have been extremely generous to lend me a hand with some of the work required to get this stuff made. Sure was nice having someone who actually knew what they were doing as far as sound mixing and music goes :) .

You may also notice the sound effects are far more abundant; I finally purchased a better audio editing program and am no longer limited in what I can do. Audacity just doesn't cut it for serious production work; I have to make a lot of the SFX you hear (a lot of times its faster to create the sounds than it is to find free SFX online).